I am excited to let you all know that I have been invited as a panelist at the 2011 Phoenix Forum. Friday April 1, 2011 from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm come on join me for the Legal Symposium. How do you keep ahead of changing laws and protect your business? The legal symposium will be an opportunity for you to ask questions about various legal issues related to the Adult Industry. Included will be a discussion about the value and cost of pursuing content theft and piracy vs. the value and cost of not pursuing. What are the benefits to the defendant and to the plaintiff? Is it worth it? Are there other options? Please visit http://thephoenixforum.com/ for more information.
After missing the 2010 show, I am pleased to let you all know that I will be present at the Phoenix Forum from Thursday March 31, 2011 through Sunday April 3, 2011. I encourage you to contact me today to arrange for a meeting. See you there! For more information please visit http://thephoenixforum.com/
Would you buy a house without a deed? Would you buy a car without getting its title? Or do you blindly sign every document that shows up in the mail promising free money? I'm assuming that you answered all of those questions with a "no." So why is it that most people are smart enough not to engage in the ridiculous examples mentioned above, yet when it comes to contracts and people in the adult industry, I find myself dealing with clients every day who either rushed into an agreement without a written contract, didn't consult with a lawyer prior to making a contract, and/or didn't understand the terms of a contract before they signed it? First, a simple definition of a "contract:" a contract is an agreement between two or more parties that is enforceable by law. While many contracts are in written form (and very much should be), many states only require that certain types of contracts be in writing. The legal term "statute of frauds" generally governs which types of contracts must be writing. Traditionally, the statute of frauds applies in the following circumstances: contracts in consideration of marriage, contracts that cannot be performed within one year,…
By Anne Winter BINGHAM FARMS, Mich. - An adult program owner-turned-attorney has launched MyAdultAttorney.com as an industry go-to site for legal advice and assistance regarding specific issues, including contract law, 2257, Digital Millennium Copyright Act matters, and civil litigation. Attorney Corey D. Silverstein said he saw the industry lacked the ability to consult with a lawyer before signing an agreement and wanted to give industry members a website they could visit to find a lawyer who can answer their questions without drowning in a sea of information... Read full article
I will be present at the Phoenix Forum from Thursday April 2, 2009 through Sunday April 5, 2009. I encourage you to contact me today to arrange for a meeting. See you there!
Major Internet Service Providers, including AT&T, have reportedly made deals with the Recording Industry Association of America to address piracy concerns. According to the Associated Press, AT&T Inc., America's largest ISP, will start sending warnings to its subscribers when record labels and movie studios claim they are uploading, downloading or exchanging pirated material. For the complete story and my commentary please visit: http://business.avn.com/articles/34845.html
I am very pleased to announce that I will be co-moderator of the "Business 101: Marketing, Business & The Law" seminar at the Phoenix Forum on Thursday April, 2, 2009 from 12:00 pm until 1:30 pm. I encourage you all to attend for an incredible experience.
Thanks to Pointer Advertising's incredible patience and hard work, today MyAdultAttorney.com became a reality and will be the premiere online source for legal information relating to the Adult Industry.